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Innotescimus

INNOTESCIMUS, English law. An epithet used for letters-patent, which are always of a charter of feoffment, or some other instrument not of record, concluding with the words Innotescimus per praesentes, &c. Tech. Dict. h. t.

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Innocent conveyances
Innocent III
innocent of
Innocent party
Innocent tumor
Innocently
Innocents' Day
Innocuity
Innocuous
Innodate
Innominable
Innominate
innominate artery
innominate bone
Innominate contracts
innominate vein
-- Innotescimus --
InnovAda
Innovate
Innovation
innovational
Innovationist
Innovative
innovativeness
Innovator
Innoxious
INNS
Inns of chancery
Inns of court
Innsbruck
Innubilous
Innuendo
Innuent
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